University of Waikato FASS 120-/240-point Master’s Thesis Awards in New Zealand open to zambians


University of Waikato FASS 120-/240-point Master’s Thesis Awards in New Zealand

University of Waikato is (are) offering scholarships for International Students to study Masters courses for Arts, Social Sciences courses taught at University of Waikato.

FAQs for the scholarship

What is the funding type? :
For the students intrested in this scholarship, it is important to note that it is a Partial Funding / Limited support scholarship.

In which University i can study under this Scholarship? :
You will study in University of Waikato under this scholarship.

What subjects i can study under this scholarship? :
Students are allowed to study following subject

  • Arts, Social Sciences

What degree level courses are available under this scholarship?:
This scholarship will fund following degree level:

  • Masters

Which student group or nationality holder student are eligible for this scholarship?:
Students who fall under following student group are eligible:

  • International Students

Scholarship Description: The University of Waikato is offering the FASS 120- / 240-point Master’s Thesis Awards to the eligible candidates. The program is open for the Australian and International students to pursue a master’s degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Waikato.

Scholarship Provider: Established in 1964, the University of Waikato is a comprehensive university in New Zealand. It stands proudly on the world stage as a provider of future-focused, international education and an active player in global research.

Degree LevelMaster’s degree program

Scholarship Benefits: Up to $3,000

Eligible Nationalities: New Zealand and International students are eligible to apply for these scholarships.

Available Subjects: The scholarships are open to study the master’s degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for the scholarships, candidates must meet the following eligibility criteria: Where the enrolment period of the thesis covers more than one calendar year, students are advised to apply for the year in which they are taking the majority of points towards their thesis.

  • Applicants must be enrolling part- or full-time in a 120-point masters degree or in the thesis year of a 240-point masters degree and are doing either a three paper (90-point) or four-paper (120-point) thesis (or equivalent) in either A or B semester in the faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Application Procedure:

  • To be considered for the scholarships, candidates need to apply for admission to study the master’s degree program at the university. Then they can apply for the scholarships through the given link:
  • Applicants must have to provide a one-page with the statement about their proposed research
  • For admission to master’s coursework at the university, candidates must have their graduate certificate (six months), graduate diploma (one-year), and bachelors with honors.

Scholarship Link

Deadline: April 30, 2019


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